Climate experts call for ‘dangerous’ Michael Moore film to be taken down

Planet of the Humans, which takes aim at the light-green motion, is full of misinformation, says one online library A brand-new Michael Moore-produced documentary that takes aim at the presumed hypocrisy of the lettuce advance is” dangerous, misinforming and damaging”…

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Feasting on fantasy: my month of extreme immersion in Disney+

The long read: Disneys new streaming service reached in the UK just as the coronavirus lockdown kicked in. With so many hours to replenish, it seemed like a sensible speculation. Pretty soon, it was infiltrating my every waking hour. A…

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Rita Wilson on coronavirus and chloroquine: I was so ill I could hardly stand

Wilson and her husband Tom Hanks Covid-1 9 diagnosis underlined how pervasive the disease could be. She talks about the macabre side-effects of the remedies she took to combat it and her rap-aided recovery Precisely when political leaders of certain…

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People opened up because I’m the Beavis and Butt-head guy’: Mike Judge on his new funk direction

The writer-directors humors from Office Space to Silicon Valley always sum up the spirit of their terms. So why has he made an LSD-soaked cartoon about George Clinton and Bootsy Collins? Few writer-directors have been as consistent and ruthless at…

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Twin Peaks at 30: some damn fine outfits but what do they mean?

Its three decades since David Lynchs groundbreaking TV show punched our screens, and the characters robes have aged as well as the drama Twin Peaks- the succession that brought us damn fine chocolate, the Log Lady and, for some, a…

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‘It blew my mind’: the incredible story of Netflix’s feelgood Crip Camp

The makers of a singular brand-new documentary reveal how a hippy summer camp for disabled youngster propelled a generation of activists and charisma the Obamas Crip Camp, Netflix’s feelgood documentary executive-produced by the Obamas, begins out of the spotlight: at…

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The Hunt depicts elites hunting the poor for sport. The ‘satire’ feels a little too real | Jessa Crispin

That the film coincides with a pandemic which will kill the uninsured, sick and elderly is just another layer of discomfort My entertainment alternatives the coming week were what if instead we drew the police the heroes?- has generated a…

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Tom Hanks on coronavirus isolation: ‘We are taking it one day at a time’

The actor and his wife, Rita Wilson, praised Australian healthcare workers and careful about how serious the virus can be Tom Hanks, the actor who has tested positive for Covid-1 9 while shooting in Australia, has updated devotees on the…

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Harvey Weinstein sentence should reflect ‘lifetime of abuse’ prosecutors

Court filing says farmer plowed others with savagery as governments aim prison time that wonders more than crimes for which he was convicted Harvey Weinstein’s record of sexual strikes and persecution against women times back to the 1970 s in…

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The Way Back review Ben Affleck battles booze in half-baked drama

A solid turn from the actor as an alcoholic coach-and-four cant save an otherwise uninvolving and underwritten emancipation tale There’s an inescapable external narrative attached to Warrior director Gavin O’Connor’s brand-new alcoholism drama The Way Back: the junkie at its…

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